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Rough boring tools

Roughing is primarily focused on metal removal and is performed to open up an existing hole made by methods such as pre-machining, casting or forging. Rough boring prepares the hole for finishing. For optimized boring, general boring, large diameter- and lightweight boring see the selection of tools, presented below in the overview. To eliminate vibration when machining with long overhangs, damped tools are available.

How to get the best machining results

Troubleshooting for roughing

Are your chips breaking too short or too long, or are tool vibrations slowing you down? Take a look at our solutions to the most common roughing problems.

Choosing the right method

Wondering when to apply productive boring, step-boring or single-edge boring? To make the right choice, find an overview of various roughing methods here.

Application checklist

Ready to start rough boring? Go through our quick checklist first to help you pick the right tools and avoid common problems.

Machining blind holes

When machining a blind hole it is very important to secure that chips are evacuated properly. Find out how to do it in the best possible way.

Machining interrupted cuts

Machining of interrupted cuts, such as cross holes, places high demands on insert conditions. Here you can find some tips on how to succeed with this operation.

Choosing the insert shape

Selecting which kind of insert to use, positive or negative, depends on your machining conditions and desired results.

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